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Garrard points to where the team will be relocating if he continues to start.
Small market, constant blackouts, didn't draft a hometown hero.
That can all be forgotten if Kevin Kolb dons the teal in North Florida.
The Jaguars have fast, young weapons in place at the receiver positions and are anchored at running back by Maurice Jones-Drew. The weak link has been the wildly inconsistent quarterback—David Garrard.
To be fair, his offensive line hasn't been the best in recent years, but he's underperformed since getting a large contract for reaching the playoffs by throwing slant passes to Matt Jones.
Kolb could help the Jaguars establish offensive balance, create some much-needed ticket sales, and cool off Jack Del Rio's hot seat. Is it possible a few wins could help Kolb fill the Tim Tebow void within the hearts of Jaguars fans?